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We held an online info session for those interested in the teaching opportunities available with Dipont Education. The session can be watched again below or on our YouTube channel.
As life in China starts to return to normal after coronavirus, schools in the country – including Dipont Education’s curriculum centers and independent schools – are actively recruiting international teachers.
His career in international education has taken him from his native Scotland to China, stopping off at St Helena, Spain, Indonesia and Oman en route. And after a decade at the helm of Dipont Education’s education development, John Birchall is happy to see where life’s journey takes him next.
Highly regarded international educator Peter Derby-Crook MBE has joined Dipont Education as its new director of education. He will take over the role from John Birchall who will be stepping sideways to focus on a number of key projects for Dipont in the next year.
Caroline Lincoln is deputy director of Dipont Education’s Secondary Academic Quality Management team. She talks about the support her team offers Dipont teachers. What’s the main role of the Secondary Academic Quality Management team within Dipont? Our team, which is based at Dipont’s headquarters in Shanghai, ensures the quality of
Jeff Zhu, vice-president of Dipont Education, is quoted in this piece by the China Daily. Parents, schools instilling global outlook China Daily, Dec. 14, 2018 A younger generation of parents, who are well-educated and with global perspectives, are fueling the insatiable appetite for quality international education in China, according to
Benson Zhang, CEO of Dipont Education, shared his thoughts on developing ‘schools of the future’ at a conference. In the keynote speech, Zhang drew on Dipont’s experiences of establishing and managing two brand-new independent schools in China. He was speaking at the RAISE International Education Resources Expo held in Shanghai.
On Sept. 18 and 19, 2018 Dipont Education celebrated the official opening of its two new Sino-British independent schools in Hangzhou and Wuxi, China. The occasion was marked by two formal ceremonies, one at each campus. The events brought together the school partners, including the UK’s King’s College School, Wimbledon,